By Cybele Mayes-Osterman When it comes to taking away women’s healthcare, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster just can’t make up his mind. Last Friday, McMaster signed an executive order requiring Medicaid to continue to provide “important women’s health and family planning services.” But the order had a catch—no clinics providing abortions could receive Medicaid funding. Read more.
By Julz LaMantia One week after my 21st birthday in 2012, I found out I was pregnant. It was unplanned and unexpected—and I was absolutely terrified. Read more.
Devon sits down with Destiny Lopez, co-director of All Above All, a group dedicated to lifting restricts that limit women’s access to abortion. They discuss what SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh means for Roe v. Wade and how Roe is out of reach for so many women already. Read more.
By Yamani Hernandez In this op-ed, Yamani Hernandez, the executive director of the National Network of Abortion Funds, explains how you can help preserve reproductive rights, regardless of the Supreme Court. Read more.
By Kimberly Mutcherson The retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy and the selection of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill his seat makes the future of Roe v. Wade shaky at best, and doomed at worst. Even with Kennedy’s vote, Roe is a shadow of what it once was. States have spent the decades since Roe was decided […]